Slavonic & East European Review (October 2016)

seer“There is rich material in this study. Gregory was right to unpick this relationship. From the point of view of Chekhov studies, Levitan is too often
neglected. From the point of view of Levitan studies, this is an artist whose position astride the two most significant movements in Russian painting of the late nineteenth century, ‘The Itinerants’ and the World of Art, is ripe for
investigation and appreciation.”

Cynthia Marsh, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, University of Nottingham

Read the entire review

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